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Kuru-Kuru Hime (繰々姫), also known by her real name Nozomi Himeno (姫野希), is one of the main protagonists of Magical Girl Raising Project: Limited.
Kuru-Kuru Hime is a teacher in Namiyama Middle School with an unusual baby face. She is nicknamed "monster" by the students due to her youthful appearance.
|In Limited, she is a part of Namiyama Magical Girls as well as their teacher. She was captured by B-City Investigation Team and later joins them upon learning the truth.|
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Human[edit | edit source]
She is said to have a youthful appearance. She has brown hair and an unusual babyface.
As a Magical Girl, Kuru-Kuru Hime has short blonde hair, which fades into lavender, and then dark pink. It is curled at the bottom. She has magenta eyes. She also wears a white bonnet-like hat with lace around the edges. On top, there is a small white bow held to the bonnet with light pink ribbon. She has two magenta bows on the sides of her bonnet.
Around her neck, there is a ring of white lace. She wears a white ballerina's dress, with a white bow on her chest. The bottom of her dress is decorated with bows in various shades of pink and purple, and she has a giant light pink and white striped bow on her back. Her sleeves are wrapped with pink ribbons, with white bows on her hands and upper arms.
She also has ribbons wrapping her legs, with white ballet slippers.
Personality[edit | edit source]
She is a responsible person, doing a good job as a teacher, she loves her students despite they call her “Monster”.
She really cares about her students (As stated by Rain Pow). When her students were transformed into Magical Girls, she joined them because she knew the risk they were taking.
After her mother’s death, (when she was a child). She became closer to her father.
Magic[edit | edit source]
Can control many ribbons.
She can freely manipulate ribbons, which are a part of her costumes. Her costume is composed of 260 pieces of ribbons, and she can use the full extent of them or only part of them as she wishes. The size and thickness of the ribbons can be freely adjusted; the thickness ranged from 0.05 millimeters to 50 centimeters. The strength of the ribbon can endure a Magical Girl's strength or a magical blade.
Her ribbons can aid the user's movement such as jumping between buildings. The ribbons move faster than a Magical Girl's body, which means the lack of agility can be compensated by using her ribbons. Her ribbons can also form the shape of a wheel, shield, and drill.
- Magical Ribbons: Ribbons that are part of her costume that she can freely manipulate.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
Kuru-Kuru Hime and Captain Grace were teammates. Due to Captain Grace's personality, it can be intended Grace didn't respect her before becoming magical girls.
Kuru-Kuru Hime and Funny Trick were teammates. They fought with their lives against Pukin.
Kuru-Kuru Hime and Weddin were teammates. Weddin respects her and calls her "Ms. Himeno" instead of "Monster", which Weddin considers being a very immature nickname. Weddin also likes to make jokes with her like when she said Kuru-Kuru Hime's magic resembled bondage, jokes Kuru-Kuru Hime thinks a class representative shouldn't make, Kuru-Kuru Hime is also surprised of the comments Weddin made about marriage, replying that was something she wouldn't expect from her.
Kuru-Kuru Hime and Rain Pow were teammates. Rain Pow targeted her to become a Magical Girl since she knew she wouldn't let her students take any risk, making clear that Rain Pow couldn’t care less about Kuru-Kuru Hime's life.
Kuru-Kuru Hime and Postarie were teammates.
Kuru-Kuru Hime and Tepsekemei were teammates.
Toko[edit | edit source]
Toko turned Kuru-Kuru Hime into a Magical Girl. Kuru-Kuru Hime dislikes and distrusts Toko, initially thinking that it's irresponsible for her to put the fate of the world into the hands of middle schoolers, and later hating her for using the middle schoolers as hostages.
Kuru-Kuru Hime deeply loves her father. She saw him as being reliable and was dedicated to taking care of him. Although her father was a man of few words, Kuru-Kuru Hime knew her father loved her as much as she loved him. After he was killed, she was heartbroken.
After being separated from the middle schoolers in Limited, Kuru-Kuru Hime meets Ripple. Ripple offers Kuru-Kuru Hime compassion and promises her that she won’t suffer any damage. She feels a sense of affinity towards her. However, Ripple is unable to keep her promise.
Nokko[edit | edit source]
In Young Princess Nozomi, she went to her school as Nozomi Himeno thinking she was attending a seminary. She saw Nokko playing dodgeball with her friends, she admired Nokko’s strength and also considered her to be extremely beautiful and unique, reminding her of a ballerina and thinking she could become a celebrity in the future.
Although the two of them didn’t have a proper interaction with each other, they played dodgeball together along with Nokko’s classmates and teachers. Kuru-Kuru Hime was completely unaware that Nokko’s strength was due to her being a Magical Girl.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In Fanbook 1, Kuru-Kuru Hime has the following stat:
Physical Ability: 3/5
Communication Skill: 3/5
Magic Rarity: 2/5
Magic Experience: 1/5
Mental Strength: 3/5
Teaching Skill: 3/5
- Kuru-Kuru Hime's name translates to "Clumsy Princess".
- The kanjis in her name stand for “princess“ (姫 hime), “field” (野 no) and “hope” or “rare” (希 Nozomi).
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|V • T • E Limited Characters|
|Namiyama Middle School||Captain Grace • Funny Trick • Weddin • Kuru-Kuru Hime • Postarie • |
Rain Pow • Tepsekemei • Toko
|B-City Investigation Team||7753 • Mana • Hana Gekokujou • Archfiend Pam • Ripple|
|Prisoners||Pythie Frederica • Tot Pop • Pukin • Sonia Bean|
|Minor Appearances||Pfle • Shadow Gale|